Texas Bluebonnet Blog Hop
With The The Lone Star Sisters
We invite you to join us for some springtime inspiration.
Easter comes at the end of March this year.
has me thinking of bunnies and beautiful flowers.
photo files of celebrations past.
~ Easter 2015 ~
Redbud blooms and an antique chippy iron
rabbit were the centerpiece for last year's Easter table.
Soft pink linens, our MacKenzie-Childs pottery,
and some fun new bunny plates
filled out the table for Easter Brunch 2015.
Stop by here for a look at all the fun details.
While the new bunny plates and
Ambiance Vintage Garden chargers
layered beautifully with the MacKenzie-Childs plates,
I also set the table with simple woven chargers
under each plate for our casual everyday meals.
For the centerpiece, Mr. Chippy Bunny
was paired with an antique French Jardiniere
filled with purple hyacinths and a collection
of hand painted eggs tucked in among the grass.
This table focused on textures and the colors of
fresh spring greens along with the
rich earth tones of the soil.
It was a refreshing change for me since I typically
use our MacKenzie-Childs dishes which are
a variety of pretty pastel shades.
Click here to view the complete post.
~ Easter 2012 ~
We hosted a group here for
brunch outside on our terrace in 2012.
As you can see, this was definitely a pastel affair.
It was a perfect spring morning,
and "Hen and Chicks" was the theme.
I chose to use succulents instead of spring flowers,
because I wanted to use "hen-and-chicks",
a succulent that I fondly remember
growing in both my mother's and grandmother's gardens.
~ 2011 ~
Once again, pastels were the color of the day for
an alfresco setting of a spring luncheon.
Petite bunny creamers filled with flowers
did double duty at each place setting as they
served as both a napkin holder and a
party favor for each guest.
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This post includes specific information about
the various patterns of MacKenzie-Childs Taylor ceramics.
and I apologize for the less than stellar photos.
my thought is this table might offer a bit of inspiration in its
simplicity and the use of the pussy willow branches
with Easter ornaments instead of fresh flowers.
You can view the complete post here.
~ Easy Party Favor ~
I'm always looking for new inspiration.
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